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18 100+ SwimSUJtS The issue is 

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34 Your Summer Shopping Guide 

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92 "I Had Brain Surgery . . . 
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terrifying health scare. 

95 Find Your Perfect College 
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98 Get a Summer Job Now! How 

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108 Best Summer Ever Tons of fun 

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122 The Drama With Dad improve 

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So why is it so hard to hold on to that confidence when you 
actually step outside in your cute suit? We're so quick to grab a 
towel or to lie down really fast so no one catches a glimpse of 
us from behind- The second we see another girl who looks great 
in her swimsuit, this voice inside our head starts telling us that 
there's no way we're as hot as she is, so we might as well put on 
a tank and shorts. That sucks. 

There's no sense in telling you that you do look amazing— you 
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see Avril on the cover. I just 
never pictured her as the 
role-model type — she seemed so 
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interview was really eye-opening, and 
I found myself feeling as if she were 
speaking to me. She seems down- 
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my mind about her. I'm glad Seventeen 
let her talk instead of allowing other 
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-stofany, 16, centreville, va 

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-brittnee, 17, brentwood, ca 

YOUNG LOVE 

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I'm 15. and I have a lot of guy 
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about— and get from a girl — is the 
physical stuff. The emotional part just 
hasn't caught up with them yet. 
They'll mature sooner or later, but 
they're just not there yet at that age. 
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biggest challenge: "my 
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hometown: Sterling 
best quallty:"my soft, 
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biggest mistake: 
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tip: "Air-dry your hair 
asoften as possible to 
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TAYLR, 15 

hometown: 

Villa Park 
best quality: "my 
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favorite style: 
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BROOKE, 17 

hometown: 
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best quality: "my 
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worst style: "My 
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my bangs— they 
looked so '80s!" 
hairldol:Jessica 
Simpson 
tip; "Flip your 
head upside down 
and towel-dry, 
then use gel to 
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KATE, 15 

hometown: Fresno 
best quality? "my auburn 
color and natural waves" 

Kate Hudson 
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craziest style: "I had four-color 
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Eva Men de 5 
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BRITTANY, 15 

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Southlake 
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"my length— my 
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biggest mistake: 
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hometown: 

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worst style: "I 

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half idol: Jennifer 

Freeman 

tip: "Condition 

hair, then put on 

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LAQUESHA, 16 

hometown: 

St. Petersburg 
best quality: "my 
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worst style: "I 

blow-dried itand 
it was so poofy 
that I looked like 
a Chia Pet!" 
hair idol: Halle 
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hometown: Cupertino 
best quality: "my warm color" 
biggest mistake: "I got gum stuck 
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it out with a pocket knife!" 
tip: "Use a curling iron, then 
brush out the curls when they're 
still warm to soften the look." 



LARISSA, 18 

hometown: 

Havre 

best quality: "my 

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crazttrt style: 
"Fora p 60spouf ( 
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head and brushed 
the front of 
my hair over it!" 
tip: "To make 
waves last all day, 
curl your hair with 
an iron, then twist 
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worst style: "a 

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hair idol; Vanessa 

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pillowcases— it 
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ALEX, 16 

hometown: Wilmington 

! quality: "my straight texture" 
worst style: "I tried cornrows 
once— they looked awful!" 
tip: "Spritza tiny bit of hairspray 
onto your hands, then pat your 
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hometown: 

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my hair myself 
once, and it turned 
orange!" 
hair idol: Sienna 
Miller 

tip:"Blow-dry your 
hair upside down 
for extra body." 



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hometown: Westlake Village 
best quality: "my 



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biggest mistake: "towel-drying 

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hair idol: Shakira 

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product will enhance your 
waves and add volume. 



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A 4' WIDE 
section of hair 
from your hairline 
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with a no-slip hair elastic 
that matches your hair 
color. If you have bangs t 
leave them down. 




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LEFT 
section of hair 
and wrap it 
once around the 
other loop in a clockwise 
direction. Secure with 
bobby pins again, leaving 
ends loose. Take the ends 
that are hanging below the 
loops and randomly pin 
them up into the loops to 
create a tousled knot. 




DIVIDE THE 
PONYTAIL 

into two even 
sections. Take 
the right section 
of hair and wrap it once 
around the base of the pony 
n a counterclockwise 
direction to form a loop. 
Secure this piece under 
the base of the pony with 
bobby pins, leaving the 
ends hanging free. 





4 PLACE 
YOUR HAND 
in front of the 
knot and gently 
sweep it toward 
your hairline — this will 
loosen some hairs around 
your face for a softer look. 
Mist your hair with an 
aerosol hairspray from 10" 
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RUB A 
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evenly distribute the 
product, then let your hair 
air-dry. Once your ringlets 
form, touch your hair as 
little as possible. 




3 BEGIN A 
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cornrow braid at 
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one. Continue braiding 
alongside the first braid, 
down the side of your 
head. Stop braiding when 
you reach the nape of 
your neck, and secure the 
cornrow braid there with 
an elastic. 




2 PART YOUR 
HAIR 
on your left 
side. Begin a 
cornrow 
braid (a reverse French 
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back from your hairline. 
Follow your hairline and 
keep braiding down the right 
side of your head to just 
below your ear Secure the 
braid there with an elastic. 




USE A MIXED- 
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brush to gather 
the rest of your 
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ear. Hold the pony with the 
free ends of the braids, and 
secure them together with 
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is your 

period 

normal ? 

Everyone gets it, but no one 

talks about it. So here are answers to 

your top menstrual mysteries. 



"Sometimes the blood is brown 
instead of red." 

-ANDRIA. ^S I HOUSTON, TX 

n [ A DOC SAYS: The brown color just means 

Y pO * that the blood has been in your body longer 

Blood and tissue form the lining of your uterus; 
the lining builds up over the course of the month, then 
flows out during your period. The typically bright red blood 
at the start is from the newest layer of the lining. Toward 
the end of your period, you start shedding the older, darker 
blood that has started to coagulate, like a scab would after 
you've scraped your knee. It's totally normal, 

"My period comes more often than 
just once a month." 

-MARCELLA, 16, VINELAND, N J 

pi A DOC SAYS: If your periods are about three 

Y fco ! weeks apart, you probably have a short cycle, 

A typical cycle — the time from the first day 
of one period to the day before the next — is 28 days long. 
But up to seven days shorter or longer than that is still 
normal. Since you've had your period only for a few years, 
it's common for it to be pretty off-schedule; it should even 
out by your twenties. 

But if your second 'period" each month is a lot lighter, 
you might be spotting— that is, bleeding between periods. 
This could be caused by birth-control 
pills (especially if you've missed a dose), 
as well as some medical conditions. 
If you also have really bad cramps 
or suddenly bleed more heavily than 
usual, it could mean that you have 
an STD, a thyroid problem, or uterine 
fibroids. It's best to see your doctor. 



36% 

of readers are 

embarrassed 

to buy 
tampons. 




"I'm 16, and I still 
haven't gotten my 
period yet." 



-SELENA, 16, ABERDEEN, WA 



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of puberty, like pubic hair and breast growth, 



at age 15, it's fine not to have had your first 
period. But now that you've turned 16, your doctor 
will want to find out why you haven't gotten it and what 
she can do about it. The most common causes ore 
genetics or hormonal problems, which are sometimes 
triggered by your weight. When your body fat is very low. it 
can make estrogen levels drop too low to keep the 
reproductive system going property. If that's the case, 
your doctor will help determine whether >ou need to gain 
weight and how to do it healthfully, and/or put you on 
birth-control pills to supply the hormones your body needs. 



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"I get really bad 
cramps before I even 
start my period." 

-JENNIFER', 14. SYRACUSE, IN 

p / A DOC SAYS: One to two 

Y pO ! days before you bleed, the 
muscles of the uterine wall 
start contracting to prepare to push 
out the menstrual fluid. If cramps are 
your only symptom, they aren't really a 
health problem — unless they get 
worse every month. In that case have 
your doctor check for endometriosis (a 
condition where uterine lining 
grows outside the uterus). 
For pain, take 200 mg of 
. ibuprofen (like Advil) every 
four to six hours, starting 
a day or two before your 
period — it inhibits the 
release of prostaglandin, the 
hormone that causes cramps. Birth- 
control pills also reduce cramps by 
making your uterine lining grow less, so 
the muscles don't have to contract as 
hard to push out the blood, Calcium and 
vitamin D (the amount in four servings 
of dairy per day) help prevent cramps 
too. Already hurting? A heating pad on 
your stomach will relax the muscles, 

"I'm thinking about 
using that birth- 
control trick to skip 
n\y period*" 

-ROSIE, 15. WASHINGTON. OX. 

ir C ( A DOC SAYS: You can> 

Y C^O * ^ n d it's safe. Here's how: 

Most birth-control packs 
include 21 days of hormone pills and 
7 days of sugar pills. A few days after 
you start taking the sugar pills, you 
get your period; if you throw them 
out and instead go directly to the first 
hormone pitl in your next pack, you 
won't get your period at all. (Healthwise 
there is no reason why you need to 
take the sugar pills and have a period.) 
There's also an FDAapproved pill 
called Seasonale that comes with 
three months of hormone pills followed 
by a week of sugar pills, so you get 
only four periods a year. You'll need 
a prescription to go on Seasonale, 
so talk to your doctor. 



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"My period hasn't come 
in two months (I kxiow 
I'm not pregnant)." 

-JESSICAM6. BLUE SPRINGS. MO 

-i A DOC SAYS: Your 

7 feo - eye' 6 may just be irregular. 
Or it could be stress, 
which triggers the hormone Cortisol 
that reduces the hormones that bring 
on your period. When the stress is over, 
your period should go back to normal. 
Losing or gaining a lot of weight can also 
throw hormones and your period out 
of whack. If you don't get your period for 
three months or more, see a doctor 



"My period is thick, orange, 
15 days long, and so smelly, 
my pants reek for days!" 

-KATIE", 18, SCARSOALE. N Y 

I A DOC SAYS: It seems like you've got a lot going on, but 
A/ (/ • believe it or not. the only thing that is cause for concern is the 

odor. The color and texture just mean the btood has had time to 
coagulate (see the first question in this article). But a strong smell points 
to an infection, like bacterial vaginosis* Menstrual blood is less acidic than 
regular discharge, and that can allow normal vaginal bacteria to overgrow 
during your periods. Antibiotics from your doctor will help. Tell her how long 
your periods last too. It's typical for teenagers' periods to sometimes be 
longer or shorter than the average two to seven days. But it's a good idea to 
explain any symptom you're worried about, just in case. 




"Clumps of blood come 
out during my period." 

-MIRANDA, 16, OWEN SOUND, ON, CANADA 



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- I A DOC SAYS: When 

7 fcO • y° u bleed heavily, blood 

starts to clot in the vagina 
before it can make its way out. This is 
nothing to worry about — unless you're 
soaking through more than eight 
tampons or pads a day. In that case 
see your doctor to find out why. 




"I heard friends 
tend to all get their 
periods together." 

-JOANNA. 19, NEW ULM, MN 

yjr C ( A DOC SAYS: ** 

Y[^0 - phenomenon is called 

menstrual synchrony. 
Doctors aren't sure exactly 
why. but it may have 
something to do with 
pheromones — 
hormonelike 
chemicals released 
by the body. The 
theory is that they 
stimulate ovulation, and 
when women spend a lot of 
time together, their bodies pick up on 
each other's pheromones and get the 
message to ovulate. When you ovulate 
together, you menstruate together! 



83% 

of you got your 

first period 

when you were 
13 or younger. 



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079 




healthy on 

vacation 



It's fun to goof off and pig out when 

you're out of town, but with these 

sneaky tricks you could come back in 

better shape than when you left. 

by melanie abrahams 



go ahead, skip the gym! 



Here are three simple ways to 
get a workout— without working out. 

» make plans 

Even if you're on a lay-out- 
on-the-beach kind of trip, 
sign up for at least one 
activity per day. An hour of 
sightseeing on foot. 45 
minutes of snorkeling, or 40 
minutes of hiking burn the 
same number of calories as 
30 minutes of jogging. 

» look for challenges 

Keep an eye out for summit 
trails, historic towers with 
amazing views (but no 
elevators!), or a rock wall 
on your cruise ship. These 
activities will work your body and show you how much 
it's capable of. Maybe you'll even be inspired to stay 
active and take on more adventures once you're home! 

carry your own luggage 

You could have a bellhop do it for you. but hauling 
those bags yourself will tone your arms. 





Uln the airport the 
other day, I picked 
up a sandwich and saw 
it had 900 calories — 
nearly half of 
what you need 
for a whole 
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You can still get that delicious 
tropical taste without all the fat. But 
watch out— a virgin daiquiri still has 
a lot of sugar, so think of it as dessert 
instead of just a drink. If you're 
thirsty, order water or iced tea. 




AIRPLANE FOOD 



Standard airplane meals 
(even the snack packs) are full 
of sodium, which can make 
you feel bloated and look puffy. 

TRY INSTEAD: 3MK YOUR OWN HEAL 

Make something at home that's healthy and 
won't get messy on the plane— like a burrito 
with low-fat beans, part-skim cheese, and 
avocado. Wrap it in foil, and take it with you! 



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ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFETS 

Studies show that when you 
have more options in front of 
you. you're more likely to overeat 

TRY INSTEAD: ORDERING FROM 1HE MENU 

Skip the all-you-can-eat option 
and order from the a la carte menu instead. 
That way you'll have had just enough when 
everyone else is painfully full. You might 
even have room for a little dessert! 




CROISSANTS 



Just one croissant 
actually packs 
more grams of fat 
than two glazed doughnuts! 

TRY INSTEAD: 7H0LE-GRAIH TOASf 
WITH A PAI OF BUTTER 

The fiber in the bread provides lasting 
energy— and helps your body digest all the 
other goodies you've been eating! 



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on when other healthy options aren't available. 



2 cups fat-freo popcorn 

14 whole-grain crackers 
(broken into pieces) 

W cup lightly sweetened 
cereal (like Barbara's 
Peanut Butter Puffins) 

1' : cups apple chips 

1 tsp cinnamon 

Mix the ingredients together 
in an airtight container, then 
take two handfuls (about 
one cup) with you. It's easy 
and nutritious— one cup has 
just 85 calorics but lots of 
fiber to keep you feeling full! 

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It's weird, but the end of the school year can 

totally stress you out— here's how to keep your 

cool as the weather heats up! by elisa benson 

THE STRESS 



graduation 
and prom 

PROBLEM: YOUR HIGH EXPECTATIONS 

It's easy to build up this fantasy 
of what your last days of school 

need to be tike. But you can't 

control every detail. The harder 

you try to reach an unattainable 

ideal, the more crushed you'll be 

when it doesn't happen. 




^ set some 
~ specific goals 

Make a list of just two or three 

things you can plan in advance, 

such as where you'll go for a 

preprom party or what you'll wear 

to graduation. Once they're done, 

just relax and enjoy! Not everything 

can be flawless, and some of the 

best times are "happy accidents." 



you have no 
summer plans 

PROBLEM: THE LACK OF ROUTINE 

Boredom can make you anxious, 
like you must be missing out on all 

this cool stuff. Eventually that 
can lead to depression— your brain 

convinces itself that you're not 

doing anything because you don't 

want to be doing anything. 



play social 
coordinator 



Even If you spend most of your day 

watching TV, you've got to put 

yourself on a schedule. Set up a 

weekly dinner with your friends, 

and come up with a summer project 

you can tackle a little each 
day— like redoing your room. The 
routine will keep you motivated. 



everyone is 
partying 

PROBLEM: FEELING LEFT OUT 

There is always one big event that 

the whole school talks about. But 

if big parties aren't your scene— 

or worse, you don't actually get 

invited— it can make you feel like an 

outsider no matter how much 

you tell yourself you don't care. 

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take charge 
^ of your night 

Instead of making some random 
person's party the highlight 

of your social life, plan your own 
evening out with your closest 

friends. That way you won't care 
about the other kids at 

school. You 1 II Just be focused on 
how much fun you're having! 



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Looking for a fling or a full-blown relationship? Keep an eye out 
at these hot spots— and you might snag a cutie. 



AT A GAME 




I was playing in a baseball 
tournament and I caught this 
girl at me from 

the bleachers. After the 

game, I went over and told 

her she was the only person 

who stood in the crowd. 

We were inseparable for the 

rest of the summer. 

-wade, 22, orlando, fl 



ON A PLANE 



• # On a long flight 

the girl sitting next to 

me looked bored, so we 

shared my earphones 

and watched a movie. 

I never saw her again, 

but it was awesome 

while it lasted! •• 

-joe, 21, Philadelphia, pa 




■ON THE BEACH 

66 Once, I met a great 
girl at a sur f contest. 

She approached me 
after I came out of the 
water and told me 
I looked good out ' 
there. We started 

talking about . 

how often we both 
go to the beach, 
was really great , 

because we 
had our lo Ve - 
for the sport 
in common. 
We're still 
close today. 



-aaron, 18, 

tltusvllle, fl 




AT MINI-GOLF 




I was at a mini-golf 
course, around 

with friends. I hit the 
ball really hard, and it 
landed next to a group of 
girls. That 'accident' 
helped our two groups 
and we ended 
up watching fireworks 
together that night. 

-adam, 18, walker, la 



AT A THEME PARK 



if I was working at 

an amusement park and 

helped this CUte girl 

secure her seat on a ride. 

She smiled and made 

conversation with me, so 

after the ride, I asked for her 

number— we ended up 
dating for over a year! •• 

-prince, 22, Houston, tx 




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Think there's no one good to date in your town? We've uncovered 



a few new guys for you to try! by elisa benson 



EMO GUY 




Ho Isn't afraid to got emotional* And 
he looks great In skinny jeans! 

find him at: A dive*y diner with his buddies, 
debating the merits of My Chemical Romance. 

your first move: This shy guy may not be 
btg on words at first, so warm him up with a 
straightforward, nonintimidatirtg question — 
*Hey. where did you gel your messenger bag?* 

hidden payoff: You'll gain the perfect 
confidant — a sensitive guy who will never clam 
up when you need to pour your heart out 




He's stuck at work and so bored— just 
waiting for you to distract him! 

find him at: The video store. Pizza Hut. or ; 
Borders, quietly ringing up your order 

your first move: Write your name and 
phone number on the receipt he hands you, t 
Ihen slyly push it back across the counter. 

hidden payoff: You have nothing to lose — * 
and flirting with a cute stranger is a huge ; 

rush. Even if it never goes anywhere, you'll 
prove to yourself how bold you con be. 



BIOGGER 




You don't agree with all his posts, but 
they make you think about new Issues— ; 
and whether he's as cute as his pics! 

find him at: A friend of a friend's Top 8. : 

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your first move: Blogeers love having an 
audience almost as much as they like a 
battle of wits, so stir up some controversy by j 
telling him when you disagree with a post. 

hidden payoff: An outspoken guy can stir ; 
up passions you never knew you had — and ; 

help you figure out what you really stand for. I 



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His Job makes him a tad cocky, but that 
makes flirting way more fun! 

find him at: Any local music venue — 
selling band T-shirts or handing out fliers. 

your first move: Give him a hard time. 
Smile as you dish out a gentle dig — like a 
cleverly sarcastic comment about his tattoo 
or sneakers. He'll see you're confident too- 

hidden payoff: You'll get to practice your 
witty comebacks and verbal-sparring skills, 
(Plus, he has first dibs on concert tickets!) 



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It's notyt/sf the office gossip— it's what your boss 
will think If you get caught flirting. When you're 
getting paid, check the drama at the door! 



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This super-hot Hollywood DJ reveals his tricks for 
spinning your latest crush into your boyfriend. 

1 . always be honest 

II you try to be someone you think a guy wants, he wont 
get to know th<? real you. I used to think I wasn't good 
enough, so I'd tell a white lie to seem "better/' Then I 
realized that by not being myself, I was taking away 
her choice to decide whether she actually liked mc. 

2. confess your feelings 

When you like a guy, it's important to say, 
"I'm falling for you/' instead of playing like you're not. 
What do you have to lose? Chances are that he feels 
the same but is just acting cool. 

3. stay chill 

I'm in clubs 3 lot, and if I see a girl hop up on a table to 
dance to a song, I'm like, "She's ra d. But if she's up 
again in 20 minutes, she just wants attention. Trying to 
steal the show isn't attractive when it's forced. 



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The best way to get closer to a guy you have a crush on 
is to have a music-listening session together. Sharing 
songs is a beautiful thing — it tells you what touches a 
person and how you'll flow with them in the future. 

5. stress less 

Girls don't realize how beautiful they are — just 
the way they are, I've had problems with girls who 
are insecure about their bodies or just scared I'll 
leave them. Stop trying to fix what isn't broken. 



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I have always been pretty driven, 
constantly running from one 
activity to another. Back in the 
winter of 2002 t my schedule 
was jam-packed: cheerleading 
practice an hour and a half a day (five 
days a week), then soccer practice the 
next season. I also had tons of studying; 
it was a lot, but I thought I was totally 
on top of it. Then one day at the end of 
cheerleading practice, I suddenly fell a 
sharp, pulsing pain in the back of my 
head near the bottom of my skulL How 
strange, I thought. (Usually when I got a 
headache — which wasn't often — it was 
in the front or at the top of my head.) The 
ache lasted for a few minutes and went 
away, but then it came back. So when I 
got home, I took some Excedrin and lay 
down. Eventually the pain disappeared, 

HEAD GAMES 

During the next few months, the weird 
aches kept coming back — as often as 
three times a week. And they grew 
more excruciating. Aspirin stopped 
helping, so my parents took me to my 
pediatrician. He examined my head but 
didn't find anything unusual. 'Let's wait 
and see if the headaches continue," 
was all he said. I felt like a baby for 
complaining about something that 
evidently wasn't serious* I decided 
from then on to just suck it up. 
By fall 2003 I had headaches 

ily, but I went on with my life 
as if nothing were wrong. 
Then in April 2004 a new 
pediatrician ordered an MRI of 
my brain. But the test came back 
fine. I felt so frustrated. Why couldn't 
any doctors figure this out? I wondered. 

STRANGE SIGNS 

Over the next year, when I was 16. 
the headaches really started affecting 
my life. I could barely eat or drink 
sometimes because it was hard to 
swallow. The pain kept me up nights, so 
I felt exhausted all the time, I couldn't 
focus in class, and sometimes I fell 
asleep with my head on my desk. I even 



quit cheering — I'd get dizzy 
and fall during stunts — and 
spent more time lying down, 
resting because of the pain. 

That fall I gathered up 
enough energy to attend a 
semiformal dance at my 
school* Everything went 
fine — until my date and I 
started dancing- My head 
began to pound so badly that 
I had to sit down* Someone gave me 
aspirin, but it didn't help. We ended up 
going home early. After that, whenever 
friends invited me to go to the movies or 
shopping, I'd say no, I didn't want my 
headaches to ruin their good time. 

Meanwhile, my mom and dad were 
determined to find out what was wrong. 
We went to five different doctors, who 
gave me CAT scans and an ECG. But 
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live with this pain for the rest of my life. 

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see a neurologist, who looked at my old 
MRI. A week later, on my 17th birthday, 
the telephone rang, it was my doctor. 
"Your MRI wasn't normal after all," he 
told me, "You have a serious brain 
disorder. I need to see you in my office 
light away." I know it sounds crazy, but I 
felt this weird sense of relief. Finally 
someone knew what was wrong! 

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the problem fixed, once and for all. 

But in December 2005, a week 
before my surgery, I started having 
scary, irrational thoughts: What if they 
cut off the wrong part of my brain? 
What if the anesthetic doesn't work? 

Luckily the surgery went fine. I was in 
a lot of pain afterward, but once the 
stitches came out, the soreness gradually 
faded. Still, I was nervous. Every time I 
bent to pick something up, sneezed, or 
laughed, I'd pause for a few seconds, 
waiting for a headache to come. But it 
never did- Eventually it sank in: I was 
free from those awful aches at last! 

The surgery changed my life. Not 
only do I appreciate every day more, 
but I also look at things more deeply. 
Before the headaches, I had no idea 
what I wanted to do when I grew up, 
but when I start college this fall, lm 
going to study nursing. I know what it's 
like to feel horrible pain and be scared 
that it will never go away. Now I want to 
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student tour guides reveal how to 

tell which one is right for you! 

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the students have more of an 
opportunity to ask me the 
questions that are specific to 
them. Since I don't have classes. 
I have time to take them 
around to different places in the 
neighborhood and really 
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lot more personalized. 



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ajunior at American University. 

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"™ time-consuming trip, but 

this is an investment in my future. 

I'll be living at college for the next 

four years, and seeing the different campuses 

will help me make a smart choice, IVe 

narrowed down the list of schools I want to 

visit, planned the most efficient travel routes, 

and researched hotel deals. All you A A 

have to do is come with me! 




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find your perfect college this summer 




plan ahead 

Get the most out of your trip with 
these tips from Catie, a student guide 
^B at Pennsylvania State University. 

I Request a tOUr Book ahead or you could 
miss out. Some schools tour certain areas of campus 
on eortam days, so if you don't plan, you might not get 
to see what you want— or worse, the tours might be full* 

[71 Schedule a meeting ask to meet with an 

academic adviser or the head of the department 
you're most interested in. She'll give you a good idea 
of what your workload will belike- 
pi Spy on a class (or two!) Most schools 

offer courses in the summer, so ask to sit in on a class 
to see what the academics are really like. If they offer 
big lectures and small seminars, go to both. 

[71 See where you'll eat and sleep 

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on the hunt for a job. Not only can 
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to hook you up with quick-cash 
opportunities, like house-sitting or 
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will often want to talk on the spot- 
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and bring the phone numbers of 
your references. Prepare thoughtful 
responses to questions like "Why 
do you want this job?" 



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places you'd like to work. Then 
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who just leaves a message, so 
the extra effort is worth it! 



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time she wants to show her serious side 
so you understand her strength too. 

Who doesn't want to be like Fergie (aka Stacy 
Ferguson)? She has a sick body, a cool voice, 
and she dates one of the hottest guys on TV 
(Las Vegas* Josh Duhamel). On top of that, 
everything she touches turns to gold — make that 
platinum. She is in the multiplatinum-selling 
group The Black Eyed Peas; her solo album, The Dutchess, has produced 
three number-one singles; and she is launching a solo tour in May, But the 
32-year-old from Hacienda Heights, California, with the rock-hard abs 
and killer legs didn't always lead the "Glamorous" life she sings about. 
Like all of us, Fergie has madesome mistakes — from trivial hair traumas 
(like the time she accidentally turned her hair green) to the life-threatening 
(her crystal meth addiction). Here, Fergie writes a letter to herself at 
17 years old so she can share her most important life lessons. C^ 

As told io Deborah liner 
Photographs by George Ilolz 



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^ a letter, _, 
to me at 17 




dear stacy. . . 

Wow, for a 17-year-old, I've gotta say: You're a 
pretty cool chick— even though you have giant bangs 
and a really bad perm. But on a more serious note, 
I have to give you props for never limiting yourself to 
just one clique. (1 think you learned that when you 
were on Kids Incorporated in the '80s because the show 
was so multicultural) One year you're in beach-girl 
mode, and all your friends pile into your hot convertible 
Mustang, put DJ Quik in the cassette player, and head 
to Newport Beach. The next you're into the 
low-riding, chola cha-cha thing, then you're feeling 
hip-hop and trying to break-dance on cardboard. 

It's funny because later on in life, you'll be 
criticized since people won't know how to define 
you. A lot of narrow-minded people will think it's 
hard to put you in a category because they don't really 
know what you're about. But slowly and surely 
you'll show people where you came 
from and who you are* 

When it comes to guys, you'll refuse 
to compromise your principles. You'll 
stay a virgin for another year, even 
though you think you're ready to do 
"it." You'll wait because of your 
spiritual beliefs. And then you'll do 

104 



it because you'll really believe that he's the one 
you're going to marry (though he's not). You'll date 
him for five years. It will be great at first, then things 
take a bad turn, and you'll finally realize your 
relationship is really unhealthy because of jealousy. 

Over the years you're going to have a lot of serious 
boyfriends and learn so many lessons. Especially about 
how a lot of times when something goes wrong, you'll 
automatically have a tendency to think that it's your 
fault — when it's really the guy's issue. You'll become a 
huge believer in making sure you're doing everything 
right, but you need to be aware when the guys aren't — 
because that's something they need to deal with. When 
they're doing negative things and trying to put (the 
blame] on you, you'll need to break up with them. 

It's hard to do. It's something that you'll have a huge 
problem with, but you'll work on it through therapy 
and reading books like The Secret and The Power of 
Your Subconscious Mind. (You'll be happy to know 
that all of that hard work will pay off when you finally 
meet the love of your life r Josh! We'll talk about him a 
little more later — he's great!) 

Sometimes you'll get catty and fight with your 
friends over boys, but you'll later regret it* You'll 
realize that arguing about a guy just gives him the 
power to decide which girl he wants to be with instead 
of you deciding if he's really right for you. Look, he's 
either going to like you for who you are or he's not — 
the silly competition isn't necessary* 

In the next few years you'll see that lots of girls and 
guys are competitive when it comes to sex. They're 
promiscuous because they actually want to have notches 
on their belts. You'll think that's disgusting — that it's not 
something to brag about. Along the way you'll realize 
that your body is a gift, and that when you respect 
yourself, other people will respect you as well. You'll 
actually like bragging about the fact that the number of 

guys you've slept with is low— and 
that gives you self-esteem! The 
awesome thing that 
I'm so proud to tell 
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Sure, you'll be a giant flirt and wear sexy clothes, but 
you'll never take it lo an unhealthy level and act on it. 

Unfortunately things will get ugly for you after 
high school The good news is, you're going to get your 
first record deal with your ail-girl group, Wild Orchid, 
when you're 18, But then, in your early twenties, 
you'll make the biggest mistake of your life when you 
try crystal meth. It will be fun for about a month, 
but after that, your whole life will go downhill. You'll 
party a lot, even going out to underground clubs in 
L.A. at 6 a.m., renting limos for all your friends and 
picking up the tab like a big shot. 

Once you're hooked on drugs, you'll spend all the 
money you've worked so hard to earn, and you'll get 
into massive credit card debt. You'll lie to everyone 
around you, including your parents. And your life will 
spin completely out of control. You'll hit rock bottom, 
and you'll be in such bad shape physically, emotionally, 
and financially that you'll move back into your mom's 
house and go on unemployment. 

Finally you'll realize that self- medicating doesn't 
work, and you'll celebrate being clean with an 
eyebrow piercing and a new name — Fergie — so you 
can start from scratch. You'll stop doing drugs, and 
you'll say to yourself, I know where that goes, and 
I never want to go back there again. 

Then you're going to have huge success, first with 
The Black Eyed Peas, then as a solo artist. You'll 



be a role model to young girls. Yeah, you'll still dress 
sexy, but you'll want girls to know that you're an 
entertainer, and as such, you're allowed a little more 
poetic license to play a character. But in the real 
world, you don't flaunt your body to get a guy. 

You'll meet Josh when you're 29, and because of your 
busy schedule, you'll have a healthy phone relationship 
fi rst and actually get to know each other, so you can see 
that he's a real person and not just a pretty boy with no 
brains. You'll fall in love, and your relationship will be 
goofy and fun — just the way you always dreamed one 
could be. Even though you live together, he'll take you 
out on nice dinner dates because you're old-fashioned 
and you like to be courted. You'll even get ready in 
another room of the house* so you can come out and 
show him how pretty you look for him. It'll be so 
cute! But most important, every day you'll be grateful 
for how blessed your life is. You know you're not 
perfect, and you'll allow yourself to make mistakes. 
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Think your town is boring? 
Grab your girls, gas up the car, 
and head out on the highway! 

STEP 1: Plan your route. 

II you're leaving and coming back 
in one day. keep your destination 
within a 150-mile radius. (Set out 
at 9 a.m. and you'll get there around 
noon — that leaves nine hours for 
fun and still gets you home before 
midnight.) For overnight trips. 
keep your driving to eight hours a 
day to avoid the stir-crazies* 

STEP 2: Pack the car. Bring 

along a cooler with sandwiches 
and water, especially if you're 
driving a clunker on a hot day — 
your radiator might need a drink 
too. Flag pages in a guidebook so 
you can find cool landmarks en 
route and rattle off random facts to 
your friends. To make room for your 
things {and for stretching out after 
your butt falls asleep!), don't stuff 
more than four people into a sedan, 

STEP 3: Enjoy the ride. Feel 

the wind in your hair and save gas 
by cutting the AC and opening the 
windows. (Either way, wear SPF 15; 
Glass will block only burning 
UVB rays, not freckle- and cancer- 




causing UVA rays.) Rotate drivers 

every hour or two— you'll stay alert 

and it will motivate you to stop 
and see more spots along the way. 

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• 6 p.m.: It's sundress season (guys* 
favorite time of year!), so wear 

a casual one, then have a snack 
since you'll be eating dinner late. 

• 7 p.m.: Meet him early for 
something outdoors, like Frisbee 
by the water. (You'll hit it off 
faster laughing and playing than 
if you had a sit-down meal first.) 

• 8 P.M.: As the sun starts to set. 
walk the Frisbee back to him, 
coming closer than you have to- 
Look up at him, hold his gaze, 
then lean in gently for the 
softest, most perfect kiss ever, 

• 9 P.M.: Watch the first few stars 
come out, then grab pizza and 
ice cream to cap off the night. 

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professional matchmaker and 
author of Malchbooh: The Diary of a Modern- 
Day Matchmaker {Simon & Schuster, 2005). 

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Suggest a place everyone likes. 

"When you're young, just lying by the pool with 
your parents is great. But now you want to go off 
alone and scope out boys! We stay at a beach 
resort on each trip, and it's always so much fun ." 

Take time out. 

"When you're doing everything together as a 
unit all week, sometimes it helps to just chill in 
the hotel room by yourself for a little while. That 
way you won't get on each other's nerves." 



Shoot down all their ideas. 

"On one trip my parents dragged me onto these 
little single-person submarines. I thought it 
would be horrible, but it turned out to be totally 
cool being able to see everything underwater" 

Ditch them completely. 

"Normally life's so busy, but on vacation you 
have a chance to slow down and really talk 
to each other like people. You start to realize 
your parents are actually human/' 



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El Find a Site. Fornewbies, 
official campgrounds are best. Find 
one at recreation.gov or koa.com. 

Pack Up. You'll be so glad 
you brought a folding, nonmetal, and 
legless camp chair ($17, crazycreek 
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fire. Rain gear and a tarp are key in 
case of sudden downpours. Don't 
waste space on a pillow: Stuff extra 
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I went to New Orleans to 
help gut houses wrecked 
by Hurricane Katrina and get the 
sites ready for rebuilding. All the 
local people I met were incredibly 
welcoming. I found my niche 
removing nails from walls t which turned out to be 
oddly satisfying work. But then I came across a 
seventh grade girl's journal in the rubble. I imagined 
what her life must be like now compared to how 
easy I have it. It made me realize I have a 
responsibility to give back. It was such 
a powerful experience being able to help. 

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HOW 10: MAKE 
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Digital pics are great for sharing, but how often 
do you look at your old online albums? Here's 
how to make a scrapbook you'll keep forever, 

1 Arrange your photos. Print them on 
any size photo paper and frame each one 
by placing colored card stock underneath it. 
Use acid-free paper and double-sided tape (found 
at craft stores) marked "photo safe" or "archival," 
or else your pics will turn brown over time. 

7 Attach a journal entry. In your own 
voice, as though you were talking to a friend, 
^M describe the people in the photos, what was 
going on. and how you felt. Then handwrite it or 
print it out in a nice font and stick it on the page. 

3 Add momentos. Make a pocket on the 
page by taping down three sides of a square 
of card stock. Tuck small souvenirs (like 
ticket stubs) inside — since they won't be covered 
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Why does it get so hard to relate to your father sometimes? Angela Simmons, 19, may seem 
like she has a perfect made-for-TV relationship with hers. But she and her dad, Reverend 
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same way about your dad T but I was definitely 
"daddy's little girl." When I was 10 and my 
brothers and sister would gang up on me t he'd 
always defend me and say, "Don't make fun of her!" 
(I*m sensitive, and I'd cry about anything — I'm the baby 
girl of the family!) We even had this ritual we called 
"shnuggaloo/* where we'd snuggle up together as he 
tucked me into bed, I felt like my dad knew me better 
than anyone and that I could trust him with anything. 

WHY THINGS GET TENSE 

Then one day something just changed. When I was 13 p 
I got my period, and it was like I couldn't talk to him. 
I used to hop into the car with him and go to the grocery 
store, but suddenly I didn't want to anymore — it sounds 
weird, but what if I needed some "feminine necessities" ? 
I felt uncomfortable just being around him. And guys 
complicated things oven more. My dad had always said, 
"Save yourself until marriage," and I had seen how 
super-protective he'd been when my older sister was 
dating, so I felt 1 could never tell him my feelings. Once, 
when I was about 13, a guy at summer camp bought me a 
25-eent ring to show he cared. Hiked him so much, but I 
was terrified of having an awkward sex talk with my 
dad, so I hid the gift and told the guy I couldn't see him. 
Looking back, I wish I had told my dad— he knows more 
about boys than I give him credit for! But it was just one 
more thing I couldn't share with him because I felt 
caught between wanting to be a young woman and his 
little girL He always made it clear that strong morals 
were important, and I understood his rules (even though 
I didn't /ot;e them!), so I could never go out in tight or 
revealing clothes. Of course the one time I went to a 
Sweet Sixteen party in a backless shirt — the kind he 
would have totally disapproved of— the three strings that 
held it together accidentally snapped! The whole top fell 
down, and I would have been mortified if my friends 
hadn't helped me fix it, I never told my dad what 



happened (it would have been so awkward!), and I stuck 
to more modest outfits* But the funny thing was, when I 
wore a T-shirt and jeans, guys still wanted to get to know 
me. Without actually saying it, my dad had made his point: 
My clothes wouldn't attract the right boys — / would. 

WHEN TO BRIDGE THE GAP 

I still felt distant from my dad until two years ago, and I 
was sad I didn't feel that special connection we used to 
have. Then my best friend and I had a fight about guys 
and we didn't speak, I was crushed, but I didn't want to 
talk about it. One day my dad asked why she hadn't come 
around in a while. I realized I couldn't hold it in: "We're 

not really friends anymore " What he said then was simple 
but so powerful: "People are in your life for a reason, a 
season, or a lifetime/' My dad always put things in 
perspective. It showed me that no matter how long it had 
been since we'd talked, he would always be willing to 
listen- It felt great to be able to open up to him again, 

HOW TO REBl I EI) A BOND 

Confiding in your dad about even one thing is such a 
relief— -then you'll want to share more. Recently a guy I 
was dating lied to me, and I was so upset. I turned to my 
dad because I knew he would see it from a guy's point of 
view and have my best interest in mind — and he totally 
consoled me. No matter what drama has come between 
you and your dad, he just wants you to be happy. It's up 
to you to let him in. 



If you want to reconnect with 
your dad, plan to do something 

together that you used to 
enjoy as a kid, At the end of the 

day, tell him how much fun 

you had —and make plans to do 

it again. That should 

start to tighten your bond. 




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When you and your girls go wild, 
you get tons of attention. But what 
happens when the party is over? 



BY WHITNEY JOINER 




eVeall been there: You're at a party on a Saturday 
night, having fun with your girlfriends, wanting the hot 
guy in the corner to finally look up and notice you. 
But instead his eyes are glued on the girls who are going 
nuts, acting like strippers, French-kissing each other, and 
flashing everyone. It's nosurprise that guys like checking out 
girls' breasts or watching two girls make out with each other (DVDs like 
Girts Gone Wild rake in around $40 million a year). But what is surprising is 
that high school and college girls are willingly putting on these racy shows — 
in public. All the while t people are cheering them on and snapping photos. 

Crazy nights like those got Tara Conner, Miss USA 2006, in trouble. Tara, 
now 21, almost lost her crown last December for partying too hard at nightclubs 
when she was underage. (She was reportedly drinking and making out with 
Miss Teen USA 2006, Katie Blair, now 19.) But Tara isn't the only party girl who 
has popped up in the news lately. Katie Rees, 22, was stripped of her Miss 
Nevada USA 2007 title after sexually suggestive party photos taken in 2004 
surfaced, and American Idol season-six contestant Antonella Barba p 20 ( had 
similar racy pics of her leaked on the Web. 

You might tell yourself that taking playfully sexual photos or making out 
with your best friend at a party or club is no big deal, because everyone 
involved knows that it's all a joke. But often guys are egging you on, asking you 
to lift your shirt or give your girlfriend a lap dance— things that might 
make you feel uncomfortable, When you're trying to seem open-minded and 
sexually adventurous, though, it can be hard to say no. So you give in, and 
then things can quickly get out of control. It might feel like harmless fun, but 
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THE MORNING AFTER 

When the anything-goes parly attitude wears off, 
you'll most likely wake up the next day with that 
icky feeling, thinking, I can't believe I did that 
last night — I was so wasted! Even if you blame it 
all on being drunk, deep down you're probably 
cringing at the mere thought of what you did. 
And that grossed-out feeling of humiliation can 

,fs okay to explore your sexuajS* 

but you shouldn't be 

doing it just to entertain a guy." 

cause you to beat yourself up. Everyone wants to 
have fun, but drinking and taking drugs cloud 
your judgment (not to mention they're illegal) and 
set the stage for things you would never do if 
you were sober. Why put yourself through all that 
embarrassment just for a "good time"? 

SEXUALITY OVERDOSE 

It's fun to vamp for the guys, but are you getting 
their respect along with their attention? Most 
likely not* Your sexuality is an important 
part of who you are, but if you're putting it on 
display so crassly, you're not respecting yourself 
either. You might get used to feeling like a sex object 
rather than a living, breathing, thinking human 
being. Plus, if you're always concentrating on how to 
turn guys on, you might not notice when a guy 
respects you for you. Whether you realize it at the 
time or not, when you constantly hook up at parties, 
you're not as able to appreciate real intimacy — the 
kind that comes when you're with someone you trust 
one-on-one. And that's the kind of hookup you 
really want— not one with a guy who likes 
you only when you're acting raunchy 




RUINED REP 

Thanks to digital cameras and 
camera phones, it takes just a 
second for a wild moment to end up 
online — where your friends, 
family, and complete strangers 
can see it. If you're falling into a 
pattern — getting wasted at a 
party, then doing something 
crazy-sexual — people are going 



to judge you. And as much as you shouldn't care 
what others think, it's a twisted cycle. When people 
don 1 ! respect you, a lot of great opportunities 
to show your serious side just don't come your way. 

In the moment at a 
party, it might feel like 
you're just having 
fun and being free- 
And it may even 
feel powerful (after 
all, you are turning 
on the guys). But 
abetter kind of 
power comes from 
staying true to 
yourself and taking 
pride in things you're 
good at. Plus, at the 
end of the day, a sense 
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22, tost her title last December after 
racy photos of her— flashing her breast and 
making out with another girl at a Tampa 
bar back In 2004— were posted on the 
Internet by an e*-fr lend of hers. Katie tel Is 
Seventeen how that out-of-control night 
three years ago both hurt her and taught 
her a valuable lesson about self-worth. 



f f* People ask me what I was thinking when I took 
kfl ^ those pictures, and my answer is, 'I wasn't 

W thinking!' We were all drinking and having a 
good time, acting silly. It's not who I am usually, I was a 
straight-A student who grew up very sheltered, and when I 
went off to college, I was on my own for the first time and 
felt free. I guess I just let that freedom go to my head I grew 
up .fast in that year. Everybody makes mistakes— only mine 
were all over the Internet- When the photos came out. I was 
devastated. I embarrassed myself and my family. People 
think Tm wild, crazy, * - . I don't even want to use the words 
people have called me. But I'm not going to let guys treat me 
as if I'm easy because of those photos. I'm not easy T and I 
never was. I'm not proud of what I did, but I've grown up, 
I hope girls don't make the same mistake I did. 
But if they do, I'd tell them to hold their heads 
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FACT'S GROSS TO ME! 
I 'Acting like you're in Quia 
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J You have no respect for 
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Cm ITS FUN FOR ME! 

J "When I walk into a 
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going to want to be the 
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£^ I had just started lessons with a new 
ww tennis instructor, and he was really 
hot. During one of our sessions, I decided 
to impress him with my moves. So I 
served the ball to him with all my strength— 
and it hit him in the face. Later I ^ ^ 

found out I'd broken his nose! Oops. ^^ 




bottoms up 

'I brought some friends to my beach 
house one weekend, and my dad 
took U5 out in the boat to go tubing. 
During my turn I hit a huge wave out 
of nowhere and wiped out. As my dad 
was steering the boat back to get 
me, I realized my bikini bottoms had 
come off. I couldn't see them 
anywhere! So I had to have everyone 
turn around as I climbed back on 
board and wrapped a towel around 
myself. I was so humiliated/ 

girls on film 

'My friend and I went to a theme 
park and got in line for a roller 
coaster As we stepped into our car, 
we noticed a super-cute guy sitting in 
front of us* So throughout the whole 
ride we made kissy faces and hand 
gestures behind him. Afterward we 
headed down the exit ramp, and the 
guy was standing there laughing, 
My friend and I looked behind him 
and saw a huge screen showing a 
digital picture taken of us during 
the ride! We were totally caught." 

wet and wild 

*l was in the pool at my friend's 
house, and I really had to go to the 
bathroom, but we were having so 
much fun that I wanted to wait All of 
a sudden it became harder to hold 
it. I ran over to the sliding door and 
tried to open it, but it wouldn't budge. 
My friend's mom was there at the 
door and opened it for me, but it was 
too late. I peed right in front of her! 
I said. 'Sorry. I'm really wet from the 
pool/ She just looked at me — I could 
tell she knew what I'd done!" 

shortchanged 

Tma hostess at a restaurant, and a 
family of three came in one day. 
There were two older guys and a little 
girl, so I got two regular menus and 
one kids' menu. Then I seated them 
at an open table. A bit later the girl 
came up with the kids' menu and 
asked for an adult one. I didn't know 
why until I looked more closely at her. 
Turns out. she wasn't actually a little 
girl — she was just really short!" 



game over 

"I was late to a school basketball 
game, and it had already started. So I 
decided to walk under the bleachers 
to the other side of the gym to be 
with my friends. It was so dark under 
there that I accidentally tripped over 
something. I didn't think anything of it 
until I came out and noticed that the 
game had stopped. That was when I 
realized I'd tripped over the electric 
cord for the scoreboard — and ruined 
the whole game. Whoops!* 

gotta jet 

ri l was on a plane when I noticed this 
hot guy three rows behind me- 1 really 
had to pass gas but didn't want to do it 
in my seat because I knew it would 
smell bad. so I went to the restroom. 
When I opened the door. I saw that 
the hot guy was waiting to use the 
bathroom after me. Back at my seat. I 
looked up and noticed he hadn't shut 
the door yet. Instead he walked out, 
gave me a weird look, and walked to 
the other restroom on the opposite 
side of the plane. I was so mortified!" 

exchange policy 

"One time my friends and I went to a 
school conference and we met this 
really cute guy, Afte r we'd talked awhile, 
he asked for my contact info. No one 
had any paper, so I pulled a receipt out 
of my bag to write down my MySpace 
address. When I handed it to him. he 
just looked at it and laughed. I had no 
idea what was so funny until he 
showed it to me — it was a receipt 
for a box of tampons! I'm carrying a 
notepad with me from now on/* 

what a scene 

*\ went to the movies with my 
boyfriend, and we started making out. 
Suddenly I felt a hard tap on my 
shoulder. I turned around and saw his, 
mom staring at me. We had no idea 
she was at the movies 
too, let alone one 
row behind us! I 
apologized and 
then ran out of the 
theater, totally 
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drove by, and they shouted something 
to us. I smiled at them, but I was so 
distracted that I backed into a pole! 
The guys saw the whole thing, burst 
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££ I was hanging out 
"•al the county fair 
with my friends and 
my crush. At one point 
everyone left me alone 
with htm, and we were 
having a great time 
talking and flirting with 
each other. We ate lunch 
and then decided to 
go on this ride called 

The Zipper. But when 
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he leaned in to kiss me. 
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"I was at a spa-like camp, and my 
friend and I had signed up for yoga 
classes in the morning. It was nice 
until they told us to hold this weird 
pose for a long time. I started to get 
uncomfortable, so I decided to shift 
my weight around — and I farted really 
loudly! Someone in the back of the 
class said, 'Let the gases flow/ 
My friend started laughing, and soon 
the whole class joined her*" 

breakthrough role 

"My volleyball team was asked to 
participate as extras in a TV movie. 
We were supposed to be playing 



a game in the background while the 
main characters were talking. I was 
really excited about the opportunity 
to be on camera, so I tried my 
best to play well. The ball came flying 
toward me, and I attempted to hit it 
to another player. But instead it 
veered a little off-center — and hit 
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Needless to say, I was a benchwarmer 
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excited when he said, 'Hey/ I said it 
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weird look. That was when I noticed 
he had a Bluetooth phone headset 
on and had been talking to someone 
else the whole time. I was so 
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stop even though it wasn't mine! * 

clothes call 

*My best friend and I were shopping at 
a department store, and I found some 
great dresses to try on. When we got to 
the fitting room* I saw a few guys 
standing around. I didn't like the fact 
that they were in there, so I demanded 
they get out of the women's room 
immediately. Suddenly the manager 
came in and told me that / was the one 
who needed to get out— it was the 
rneris dressing room. I looked around 
at all the guys snickering, and I ran out 
of there, mortified!* 

dis connection 

"I had a huge crush on my friend's 
neighbor, so I would go over to her 
house and we'd hang out with him a 
lot. One day when we wanted to see 
him, my friend used my phone to call. 
He didn't pick up, but since I had his 
number saved. I texted him a couple 
times with flirty messages after I got 
home. I was sad he never texted me 
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a new crush daily!) On June 19, when fun- 
loving Jupiter moves into your sign, one wild 
guy will stand out from the rest. Yeah, he's 
crazy, but once you gel to know him. *«/ 
you'll see ho Is boyfriend material. -Jv^- 



virgo 




August 23-September 22 

You cant help being a bit critical of that 

one friend — which is why the two of you will 

have a major falling out at the start of June. 

Tal< it out before Mercury turns retrograde 

on June 15 and she misinterprets 

everything you say. Swallow your 

pride and be first to say sorry* 



J/ 



October 23-November 21 

r Mars will give you tons of energy, especially 1 

on June 4 and 21. It couldn't come at a 

better time: You" I study hard and finish 

school on a great note. Put some energy 

into making money: The stars say you'll hit 

the jackpot at the end of June [~j^\ 

(so you can spend hard too!), 



pncorn 






December 22-January 19 

The moon in your sign on June 2 will make 

you foel a little neglected. Use some of that 

alone time to finish the school project you've 

boon avoiding. Your social life will pick up. 

and around June 24, Mars will have you 

back in the spotlight — it's time people ("££1 

see how brilliant you really are* 




cancer 



June 21-July 22 

Your artistic nature will come out in a big 

way, especially on June 13, when 

imaginative Neptune gives you a boost. 

Pour yourself into that creative project 

close to your heart. When people at school 

see the final product around June 23, you'll 

floor overyono with your talents. 



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gemini 



gemini girl is: 
Witty, wacky, and a little wild. 

your special trait: 

You're really fun to be with. 

your little secret: 

You get nervous about 
everything! 

best matches: 

Leo, Libra, Aquarius. 

best avoided: 

Virgo, Scorpio, Pisces. 

lucky days: 
June 4, ii, 13. 



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February 19-March 20 

You'll get negative enorgy from a good 

friond around June 5, and Iho moon in your 

sign on June 9 will help you see you need 

to leave this friendship behind. But don't be 

too sad: The sun around June 31 will 
reveal a secret admirer, and *JJJ 
he thinks you're perfect %V^iT 



March 2 1- Apri 1 19 

Mars in your sign will have you living fast and 

furious, with school events, parties, and family 

gatherings jam-packing your calendar. 
Someone cute will catch your eye on June 19. 
and a friend will get inuinefy envious. She may 
not want to see you happy, but after 
this crazy year, you deserve to be, 



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July 23-August 22 

You've been looking for a boyfriend, but 

affectionate Venus in your sign on June 5 

will force you to notice someone who has 

been right in front of you all along. It will be 

his shoulder you cry on when the moon 
enters your sign on June 17 — which *y>V 
will bo |ust the start of a strong bond.-yv;-' 



libra 



September 23-October 22 

You're usually low-key. but the sun will 

bring out your optimistic side in June. You'll 

be radiating charm In all directions, and by 

the new moon on Juno 15. you'll be using 

that positive momentum to launch a cool 

idea you have for an end -of -school HJ3 

project. Success looks good on you! ^Ll 




November 22-Deceinber 21 - 
The lull moon on June 1 will bring an ego 

clash to a head: That jealous friend Is 

about to go too far. Stand up for yourself — 

by the end of the month you'll have friends 

and a moon in your sign providing emotional 

support. You'll prove to everyone 

that you're not to be messed with. 



aquanus 



January 20-February IB 

Brace your free •spirited self for a month of 
being on a short leash: A limited cash flow 
will keep you from doing a lot Near Juno 9, 
Uranus will tempt you to borrow money, but 
don't do it Instead think creatively: Plan an 
end*oMhe-schoohyear bash at a friend's 
house rather than taking that pricey trip. 




April 20-May 20 

The guy you're drooling owr just won't take the 
hint* Andwhen the moon enters your sign on 
June 11, you'll be more than a little frustrated. 
What you don't know is that he Ifces you — 
but is intimidated by your big personality. 
On June 17 e-mail or text him: That *ii* 
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